Low temperature physics: proceedings of the Summer School held at Blydepoort, Eastern Transvaal, South Africa, 15-25 January 1991
This volume contains a series of six lecture courses presented by some of the leading exponents in the field of low-temperature physics. Special emphasis is given to theoretical and experimental advances in our understanding of 3He, heavy fermion systems and high-Tc superconductivity. The book provide an ideal basis for graduate courses in low-temperature physics.
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